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Top 5 Family Activities in Brisbane

Top 5 Family Activities in Brisbane

You don’t have to travel far and wide to get some quality family time into your week if you’re in Brisbane. Whether you’re a born and bred local or a visiting tourist, here are 5 awesome family activities in Brisbane to add to your weekend hit-list.  Test Science at the Sciencentre The Sciencentre is a great place to head to if you want to have some fun indoors. Located at Southbank, the Sciencentre gives a great hands on experience to family members of all ages. Who doesn’t want to learn about science while playing with experiments?! Have a look at
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5 Things to do in Tasmania

5 Things to do in Tasmania

Tasmania tends to be overlooked when people consider travelling to Australia, but it is one of my favourite places in the world and I’ve been to over 20 countries! The atmosphere is so relaxed and calm, the temperature is always lovely and fresh and I always enjoy every moment when I’m there. Here are my top 5  things to do in Tasmania next time you head south to explore in Australia.  Newdegate Cave, at Hastings Cave Reserve Head 40m underground into the 9-celsius degree cave on the South East side of the island. This is the largest dolomite cave open
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Top Five Swimming Spots on Australia’s East Coast

Top Five Swimming Spots on Australia’s East Coast

I grew up in Brisbane which meant a childhood of summers at beautiful east coast beaches all the way from up north to NSW. Australian’s aren’t afraid of a road trip if at the end we get a good view, icy beer and a cool place to plonk our bodies in some water. I love the western coast of Australia, its jaw-droppingly aqua bodies of water don’t leave much to be desired EXCEPT what the east coast can provide. What do our beaches have that the western coast doesn’t? Warmer water, less sharks. Nuff said. These are my top five swimming
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Tripping to Wine Town // Photo Diary

Tripping to Wine Town // Photo Diary

If you follow us over at Brisbane Threads, you may have seen my post last year on the Hunter Valley trip. There were so many things I loved about the Hunter Valley… but would I go there again on a budget? No. It’s definitely somewhere to head when you have some mulah up your sleeve. When you’re there, you want to indulge in the slightly pricey restaurants and stock up on some delish wine and cheese to take home. This post is just a simple photo diary with some of the highlights but if you’re inspired – head on over
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